A visit to Banteay Srey with Angkor Wat Photography Tours

Angkor Wat Photography Tours goes Banteay Srey: These images are taken on a photography tour to Banteay Srey: the “Fortress of the Women”. Famous for it´s pink sandstone, it has some of the finest and best-preserved carvings in all Angkor. It´s a bit outside of the central temple area, but it´s well worth the drive. The route goes through scenic villages...

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Angkor Wat Photography was featured in TRAVELER Luxe magazine!

Got featured in Taiwan´s leading travel magazine: TRAVELER Luxe (by MOOK publications) A renowned magazine for high-end traveling from Taiwan contacted us some weeks ago: they wanted to introduce our company in their special editorial on Cambodia. What a good chance to reach more customers on the Taiwanese and Chinese market! I agreed immediately and supplied them with...

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Black and White photography at the temples of Angkor

Here come some black/white images of Angkor Wat – time for big drama! On our Angkor Wat Photography tours we practice with our guests a range of photography topics: portrait, landscape, picture composition and a lot more. Next to being our “training objects” they are a big sight – visiting them is a once in lifetime moment! Get a Private tour for...

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Some impressions from our photography tour to Phnom Kulen

At Phnom (=”mountain”) Kulen was the cradle of the first Khmer empire. The consecrated water from this area became the basis for the later irrigation system that fed the canals of Angkor. Also the stones for the Angkorean wonders came from quarries in this area. The most impressing motifs on this day tour though are provided by nature: huge waterfalls, lush...

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Visit multiple temples on our Angkor Wat Photography Tour!

Our tours cover not only the must-see places like Angkor Wat, Ta Prohm or the Bayon. We also explore the hidden but nevertheless stunning places, where few or no other tourists go – optimal conditions to take photos with instructions from a pro-photographer. On our Private Tour you can choose the itineraries yourself if you want. Have a look at some images from our...

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Angkor Wat Photography offers more languages on the tours!

We are proud to announce the availability of the following new languages for our Photography Tours to Angkor and the surrounding destinations:  In addition to English and German, we are now also offering tours in French and Japanese!           Having recruited these professional photography tutors for the high season in Siem Reap, Cambodia, we...

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Photography in rainy season at Angkor Wat

The rainy season in Cambodia makes the traveling more difficult, but it also offers advantages. The places are not so crowded and the nature becomes lush and green; colors of stone, landscape intensify. For photographers it´s the best time of the year!   This young lady controls her obvious beauty in a mirror before posing for photos with tourists. The famous Apsara...

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Images from our last few Angkor Wat temple tours

It is high season in Siem Reap. That means a lot to do… fortunately 😉 Unfortunately, time for blogging and image post-production becomes scarce. But before I start a 4 day tour with a German client I thought I need to do something…. So I took some of the best pictures from the last few weeks, edited them a little bit and here we go, some black and white...

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Angkor Wat Photography Tours

For some people visiting Siem Reap and the Angkor Wat temples photography is a way to bring back home great memories. For others learning about their cameras and how to take good pictures is an equally important issue.  Angkor Wat Photography Tours takes care about both needs. We bring you to the best places showing you the proper handling of your camera. When it comes...

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Newly added to our program – Phnom Kulen Photography Tour

Angkor Wat Photography Tours added a new tour to its program – The Phnom Kulen Photography Tour! Phnom Kulen is the most important religious site in Cambodia. Apart from its religious significance it has a lot of subjects to be photographed. You can find great temples, the “River of the 1000 Lingas”, and you have a number of waterfalls that make really...

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